SHANGHAI—Aero Engine Co. of China (AECC), developing the CJ-1000 turbofan for the Comac C919 airliner, is aiming at what it believes is a specification only slightly inferior to those of rival engines. Thrust-specific fuel consumption in cruise for the initial version of the engine, the CJ-1000A, will be 0.53 lb. per lb. of thrust per hour, according to details issued by Galleon, a Chinese conference organizer. Galleon has published the information in a brochure for an aero-engine ...

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